Podcamp Toronto has become a digital marketing conference with sessions on Twitter analysis, crisis communication and the psychology of persuasion.
Any conference which offers the opportunity to learn, share and connect is worth attending. That’s why I’ve registered for PodCamp Toronto.
I spent the weekend reconnecting with my brothers Bob, Jamie and David. Â While they are in fact real brothers, I’m the virtual brother of the group. Â Twenty years ago when I was in a band with Bob and Jamie, I spent enough time at their house that I was given my own key, joined their […]
There are countless ways to produce audio and video programs, each as relevant as the next and I practice many of them on various personal and professional projects.Â At my core, though, I’m a Content Paleontologist (hat tip: Andrea Ross).Â And, that was the metaphor at the centre of my Workflow and Creative Process session […]
I’m looking for photos of podcasters doing what they do (recording, editing and mixing) as a backdrop for part of my session Workflow and the Creative Process at PodCamp Toronto.Â If you’re a podcaster and you have a photo of yourself doing one of these things, please send your photo (or a link to your […]
One of the great underlying themes at PodCamp Ottawa 2008 is that communications — particularly anything released within social media and new media — is a process, not a result.Â Some great examples were shared throughout the day to illustrate this point including Jeff Parks‘ story about finger painting with a little girl, Maurizio Ortolani […]